Monthly Archives: August 2017

Salvi Rafael Folch Viadero – Rock This House!

     Salvi Rafael Folch Viadero is a man with a plan, or at least that is what he is called by his local Mexican people: He is the man with the face that says “change and prosperity” for all things Mexico and even abroad as he has fought with the media sharks – many a time – and continues to live another day. This man’s many previous stories covered, along with his very own personal one in which he rose to the top of the media chain of importance, are some of the best to read or hear about altogether, and that says it all: This man has a special calling on his life to do great things for the good of the people, many of which he has already been doing for years. Yet, with every passing experience, he only grows more and more knowledgeable – not to mention respectable, handsome and fashionable, according to several Mexican ladies residing outside of Mexico City’s Distrito Federal.

Salvi Rafael Folch Viadero can hold well in any speech, argument, debate or discussion altogether and will present highly relevant points on any given subject matter in a short matter of seconds: This man has been trained in the books but knows them in his mind as if they were written on the back of his hand; he therefore does not refer to look at them much but nearly knows them all verbatim. This is an astounding skill for any modern leader to wield, one that can do much battle in the political arena as Viadero already well knows. He can hold his own with any media weapon though he has often noted that his favorite is the most simple one: the simple truth – give the people what they want, which is the truth.

The Outstanding Career and Charity work of Mathew Autterson

Mathew Autterson is a renowned finance expert who has been in his career for the past 25 years. He has had an opportunity to act as the president of one of the country’s leading charter financial institutions. Autterson is a graduate of the Michigan State University where he received his degree in finance in 1980. He also enrolled at the University of Denver to study graduate tax program.

Autterson kicked off his career by working for First Trust Corporation, which is among the units of Fiserv. In 1982, he left the firm and worked with a small team that started a state-chartered trust company in Colorado State. The business was a subsidiary of Integrated Resources, Inc., which is a financial service enterprise that is based in New York. Mathew was appointed as the president of Resources Trust Company in 1986. In 1989, the firm and many other Integrated Resources, Inc. assets were acquired by Broad Inc, which was later transformed to become SunAmerica, Inc. In 1998, AIG acquired SunAmerica for $18 billion.

Fiserv acquired Resources Trust Company from AIG in May 2001. Before the transaction, Resources Trust Company was recognized for being among the country’s biggest state-chartered depository trust enterprises that are FDIC-insured. The company offered custodial and depository solutions to over 200,000 customers who were referred by more than 15,000 licensed financial consultants. Resources Trust Company owned custodial assets that were valued at more than $20 billion, deposits worth $1 billion, and was served by about 700 employees.

Mathew Autterson currently acts as a member of Falci Adaptive Biosystems’ board of directors. The company has been representing philanthropic interests of the finance expert. Falci Adaptive is a charity organization that is devoted to assisting people who suffer from neuromotor disabilities by enabling them to improve their abilities to interact with their environment. Autterson has sat on the boards of organizations such as the Webb-Waring Foundation, Denver Zoological Foundation, and the Denver Zoo. The Denver Hospice appointed him to act as the chairman of its board of directors. He was once a member of the World Presidents Organization and Young Presidents Organization.

The finance expert currently serves of CNS Bioscience, Inc. as its CEO, president, and a board member. The company was established in 2013 by Scott Falci who is its managing director. CNS Bioscience is a fast rising clinical-stage drug development firm, and it has specialized in neuropathic pain. Mathew is recognized in the Greater Denver for his excellent skills in finance and wealth management.

Louis Chenevert Charting the Course for UTC’s Current Success

Gregory Hayes, Chairman and CEO of United Technologies Corporation, recently reflected back on what has led to the company’s continued success in the building and aerospace sectors. Building on the legacy of former CEO Louis Chenevert, the company continues to focus on innovation and on investment in its people.

Chenevert, who came up through prominent roles at General Motors and at Pratt & Whitney, stepped into the CEO role in 2006. He led the company through the 2008 recession, creating the textbook case of a manufacturing company that could succeed and thrive despite an overall downturn in the sector.

Under the Quebec native’s leadership, UTC generated twice the average Dow Jones Industrial and S&P 500 shareholder return from 2003 to 2013. By the time he stepped down as CEO in 2016, UTC had solidified its reputation for excellence and innovation.

In the CEO role, Chenevert focused the importance of innovation to stay ahead of the competition. Under Hayes’ leadership, the company continues to drive forward with new products, such as the Pratt & Whitney Geared Turbofan (GTF) engine. UTC’s $10 billion investment in this project has paid off with more than a dozen airlines adopting the new technology. Pratt & Whitney’s innovations alone support manufacturing jobs in six states and have supply and service chains that stretch even further. Almost $40 billion has been directed to U.S.-based suppliers, who provide the majority of the new engine’s parts.

Investment in human capital has been a focus for both CEOs. Chenevert sustained the highly popular Employee Scholar Program, which supports employees who want to continue their education. Employees have earned nearly 40,000 degrees through this program in the last 20 years, bringing new ideas, energy, and innovation to UTC.

Investing in new talent is a priority for UTC, with plans to bring onboard more than 20,000 new employees in the U.S. And as a global business, UTC keeps an eye out for smart investments and partnership abroad. Following Chenevert’s lead, though, the business keeps its focus at home as it works to encourage a healthy domestic business and regulatory environment that will ensure UTC’s success in the future.

Watch Chenevert speak here: